Visit could seal it for Seonbuchner

Hartland (Wisc.) Arrowhead linebacker Sam Seonbuchner holds five scholarship offers, but an early tender from Iowa State has had the three-star prospect looking the Cyclone's way all spring.
"I liked Iowa State so much my first visit that I am taking another visit this weekend," Seonbuchner said. "If I get that feeling again and like it just as much as I did the first time, I think I'd be ready to make a decision."
The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Seonbuchner's first visit to Iowa State took place in early spring and he traveled to Ames with teammate Billy Hirschfeld.

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"Right when I got there, the coaching staff made me feel comfortable," Seonbuchner said. "That made the whole visit go smooth."
Seonbuchner will be accompanied by his father on this upcoming weekend's trip, and he is looking to get a feel for the aspects of the school he did not see during his first visit.
"The first visit was all football stuff - the facilities, the weight room - and this visit is academic," Seonbuchner said. "I'm looking to see what they have going academically."
Since receiving his offer from Iowa State in March, Seonbuchner has been keeping an eye on what the Cyclones have been doing on the recruiting trail and who is talking them up.
"I saw the [Rivals.com] interview with Tommy Mister and he is really interested so I think they are going to get him," Seonbuchner said. "I talked to Allen Lazard at the NFTC and he is committed completely. I talked to Beau [Benzschawel] - another guy from Wisconsin they offered - and he said he really liked it. Everyone is liking Iowa State, so the future is looking good."